Singing Bowls Never Go Out of Style

Singing bowls have been used as ritual objects for relaxation, meditation, and religious practice for centuries throughout most of the East. India, China, Nepal, Tibet, Korea, and Japan each have included these melodic sounding bells as part of rituals both spiritual and celebratory. Described as an inverted bell, these "bowls" sound largely depends upon its size, both width and depth. Rubbing against the inside surface produces melodic sounds unique to that bowl which sounds like no o

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This entry was posted On 27-sep-2018 .

Buying Meditation Bells, Singing Bowls and Gongs - A Comparison Shopping Guide

When you are looking to buy meditation bells for your practice, there are many different kinds for you to choose from. The selection includes meditation gongs, ring gongs, singing bowls, bell and dorjes, or tibetan tingshas. Here is a complete comparison guide to navigating the world of meditation gongs, bowls, and bells so that you can buy the best meditation bell suited to your needs.

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This entry was posted On 27-sep-2018 .

Choosing a Cold Steel Kukri Knife

The Kukri knife is native to the people of Nepal and has been used for years as a close combat melee knife and tool. Khukri knives are designed to fall on targets faster and more powerful than other knives because the blade on kukri is front heavy. The combination of the curved blade shape and weight distribution makes the Khukuri knives a great weapon and display piece for knife enthusiasts. The unique design of the kukris gives them a fierce look and also provides an advantage over straight bl

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This entry was posted On 27-sep-2018 .

The New Craft Craze of Felting

If you've never heard the term felting, then you are not alone. Despite the fact that this process has been used for thousands of years, for many people the process of hand transforming carded wool into felt is a relatively new and unknown craft. In its most basic form, felt is created by taking wool roving and repeatedly squeezing it together by hand, applied pressure or with the use of small barbed needles. This force causes the wool fibers to tangle in millions of tiny knots that stay jo

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This entry was posted On 27-sep-2018 .